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Nasa Will Launch The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration Mission This Summer

NASA has a new mission launching this summer called the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) meant to showcase the power of laser communications technologies. NASA says that with an increasing robotic and human presence in space, missions...
Related topics: NASA, Space, Robots

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Lasers, Levitation And Machine Learning Make Better Heat-resistant Materials

Scientists across several disciplines have combined forces to create a new process for testing and predicting the effects of high temperatures on refractory oxides.

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The Laser Power Record Has Been Broken

Lasers do all sorts of interesting things and — as with so many things — more is better. Korean scientists announced recently they’ve created the most powerful laser beam. 1023 watts per square centimeter, to be exact. It turns out...

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Lidar Startup Innovusion Closes $64m Round Led By Temasek

More investors are joining the wave to bet on lidar, the remote sensing method that uses laser light to measure distances and has garnered ample interest from automakers in recent times. But it’s also a technology that has long been scorned by...
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Homing In On The Smallest Possible Laser

Physicists have succeeded in generating an unusual quantum state in charge carrier complexes that are closely linked to light particles and located in ultrathin semiconductor sheets. This process produces light similar to that of a laser. The...
Related topics: Physics, Quantum, Semiconductors

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In Graphene Process, Resistance Is Useful

Scientists adapt laser-induced graphene to make conductive patterns from standard photoresist material for consumer electronics and other applications.
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Apple Injects $410m Into Laser Maker As Ar Glasses Rumors Swirl

Apple on Friday announced it was awarding $410 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund to little-known optical manufacturing company II-VI to “create additional capacity and accelerate delivery of future components for...
Related topics: Apple, Technology Rumors, Iphone, Mobile Technology

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Team Uses Laser-induced Graphene Process To Create Micron-scale Patterns In Photoresist

A Rice University laboratory has adapted its laser-induced graphene technique to make high-resolution, micron-scale patterns of the conductive material for consumer electronics and other applications.
Related topics: Graphene

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Today’s Top Deals: Free $15 Amazon Credit, $4 Smart Plugs, $18 Laser Baby Yoda, $3 Instant Pot...

There are so many incredible daily deals to be found today, but we're kicking off today's roundup with one particular deal that you would have to be nuts to pass up... as long as you're eligible for it. You can find a hidden sale on Amazon right now...
Related topics: Amazon, Roomba

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Homing In On The Smallest Possible Laser

At extremely low temperatures, matter often behaves differently than in normal conditions. At temperatures only a few degrees above absolute zero (-273 degrees Celsius), physical particles may give up their independence and merge for a short time...

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Thanks To Lasers, Aerial Dogfighting Will Never Be The Same

Sebastien Roblin Lasers, Though lasers lack a kinetic “pushback” effect, even a relatively weak laser could in theory quickly and precisely disrupt or destroy the sensitive optical guidance systems of incoming missiles. Here's What You Need...

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Supersymmetry-inspired Microlaser Arrays Pave Way For Powering Chip-sized Optical Systems

Ring microlasers are eyed as potential light sources for photonic applications, but they first must be made more powerful. Combining multiple microlasers into an array solves only half of the problem, as this adds noisy 'modes' to the resulting...
Related topics: Supersymmetry

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Magna Iv Engineering

Magna IV Engineering is all about building lasting relationships. “We have a laser-like focus on creating superior client experiences,” says CEO Kelly Butz. “We want to be a longterm partner.” The approach gives Magna IV, which provides...

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Put A Laser On A Freakin' Tape Measure For Just $28 - Cnet

This two-in-one laser tape measure can be used to measure length, area, volume and indirect height -- 3,000 times on a single charge.

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Old Tank, New Wheels: The Army’s Abrams V4 Is Almost Here

Kris Osborn Abrams Tank, The battle-tested platform has over the years, continued to incorporate cutting-edge innovations. Here's What You Need to Remember: The Abrams V4, to fully emerge by the mid-2020s, will include new sensors, color...

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Farm Robot Zaps Weeds With High-powered Lasers, Eliminates Need For Toxic Herbicides

Farm Robot Zaps Weeds With High-Powered Lasers, Eliminates Need For Toxic Herbicides In the same way, a self-driving car sees its surroundings on city streets, sensors that use machine learning technology allow farm robots to navigate...
Related topics: Robots

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Hackaday Podcast 116: Three Diy Lab Instruments, Two Tickers, And A Microcar

Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys select our favorite hardware hacks of the past week. This episode is packed with DIY lab instruments, including a laser microscope, a Raspberry Pi spectrometer, and a stepper motor tester that can...
Related topics: Podcasts, Microscopes

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Park Perfectly In Your Garage With This $16 Laser-assist Parking Guide - Cnet

The ZoneTech Parking Assist has dual lasers for a two-car garage, plus motion sensors that turn it on and off automatically.

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Clever Gas Mixer Gets Just The Right Blend For Homebrew Laser Tubes

[Lucas] over at Cranktown City on YouTube has been very busy lately, but despite current appearances, his latest project is not a welder. Rather, he built a very clever gas mixer for filling his homemade CO2 laser tubes, which only looks like a...
Related topics: Youtube, Carbon Dioxide

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Reagan’s Star Wars Lives On: How Lasers Could Wipe Out Enemy Missiles

Kris Osborn Missile Defense, Space The technology needed to actually use powerful, miniturized lasers to eliminate enemy nuclear missiles is becoming closer and closer to being fully realized. Key point: A powerful form of missile defense has...

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